Lovesac Pittsburgh! Blog

Memorial Day Clearance Sale!
May 24, 2010, 6:10 pm
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 “Do LoveSacs EVER go on sale?”  And the answer is….YES!!

This is the BIG sale you all have been waiting for…

With the purchase of a full priced sac insert you can get covers for as low as $1, yes $1!! These $1 covers are a select few and in very limited quanities, so get in here fast! With the purchase of a full price sac you can also get any instock

Microsuede cover for $50!!!

Velvish cover for $100!!!

Plushsuede cover  for $100!!!

Want accessories with your sac? We’ve got ’em!

Squattoman covers(w/ purchase of insert) for 20$

SodaSacs and TubeSacs for 5$ 

Pittsburgh LoveSac is ALSO offering a PillowSac Package consisting of a pillowsac insert and squattoman insert with Moss covers for $349.99!

Can you believe it?????

Our kickass sale Starts Tuesday, May 25th and extends to Memorial Day.  Quantities are extremely limited, and like most awesome sales, all the good stuff sells fast.  Do yourself a favor and get here early on Tuesday! 


Farewell Igloo!
May 14, 2010, 3:01 pm
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In Pittsburgh, the loss to the Canadians in game 7 brings the end of the 2009-2010 hockey season and with it, the end of the Mellon Arena.

Unfortunately the last game at Mellon Arena (the igloo) brought a defeat and the end of the Pens 2010 playoff run.  But the Mellon has been a part of pittsburgh tradition since the early sixties.  It has seen its share of world famous icons besides the obvious pens players past and present:

“When it first opened in 1961, the Mellon Arena was known as the Civic Arena. The Mellon Arena has exemplified every trait of a world class entertainment facility.

Originally built to house the Civic Light Opera, the Mellon Arena is home to a variety of family shows and has hosted such music legends as Frank Sinatra, The Rolling Stones, six sold-out nights of Garth Brooks and The Grateful Dead, The Beatles on September 14, 1964, Elvis Presley on June 25, 1973

Grateful Dead performing at Civic Arena

The Mellon Arena is famous for its revolutionary architectural design which features the largest retractable, stainless steel dome roof in the world–170,000 total square feet and 2,950 tons of Pittsburgh steel. The roof, which has no interior supports, is divided radially into eight leaves and is supported by a huge cantilever arm that arches 260 feet. The Mellon Arena, which was featured in the 1995 film “Sudden Death” starring Jean Claude Van Damme, boasts a dome that is designed to open or close in just two minutes.

The size of the Mellon Arena floor is 200 feet x 85 feet (17,000 square feet) for hockey, and can be expanded to 250 feet x 120 feet (30,000 square feet) by pushing back the A-level seats.

Original Logo

In the Fall of 1967, the Mellon Arena became the home of the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins. The Pens have since earned three Stanley Cup Championships–1991, 1992 & 2009″

1990's Logo

anonymous, “Mellon Arena History”. Mellon Arena. May 14, 2010 <;.

Current Logo

I cannot pick my favorite between the Nineties logo and the current Pens logo.

Well its been a good run at the Mellon Arena.  I have a lot of memories at that place.  It’s where I saw the circus for the first time, green day, and several pens games.  Including a game three when we played the Red Wings in the finals but ultimately lost the series back in 2008.

But on the bright side, next year pittsburgh will see its new arena, Consol Energy Center where the first event is LADY GAGA! – that’s not a bad way to start the next era of penguins hockey.

Here is the sonogram of the new arena:

House of Several More Championships!!